$ git commit -n
$ git commit -n, the
-nis not a supported argument, if you look into https://git-scm.com/docs/git-commit/1.5.5. But my company uses it to do enforced es-linting on staged files only. It is quite useful when there are some linting rule changes and you just want to apply es-linting on staged files that appearing after issuing command
git merge <branch>.
$ git commit -n -m 'brought master branch in'
-nis the enforcing es-linting on staged files only and
-mis for issuing commit message.
$ git revert <certain_commit_hash>
This will undo the changes in the “certain_commit_hash” but preserve the changes before and after the “certain_commit_hash”.
Generating New SSH Key Pair
Please read here.
When you need to clone and work on a project in a new machine, and you use SSH key pairs as you r way of authentication, you would want to generate a new SSH key pair. Basically, the link above uses GitLab as an example, but it should be similar to do it in GitHub.
How could I specify multiple users for myself in gitconfig?
Assume you have a default username and user email and a customized username and user email for GitHub. Then, you can specify when to use what as following:
- For your default user / email, please configure them in your
git config --global user.name "Your Default Name Here" git config --global user.email email@example.com
- For an individual repo that you want to use your customized user / email address, which overrides the global configuration, please, from the root of the specified repo, run
git config user.name "Your Customized Name Here" git config user.email firstname.lastname@example.org